Reddam Racing's Mopotism heads the July 15 Indiana Oaks (G3) based on her five outings—and three placings—in graded stakes.
|Sagamore Sired S||$100,000||3yo,||6f|
|Swifty Sired Fillies S||$100,000||3yo, f||6f|
|ITOBA Stallion Season Fillies S||$75,000||3yo, f||8f|
|ITOBA Stallion Season Colts & Geldings S||$75,000||3yo, c/g||8f|
|Hoosier Breeders Sophomore S||$100,000||3yo,||8.5f|
|Hoosier Breeders Sophomore Fillies||$100,000||3yo, f||8.5f|
|Indiana General Assembly Distaff||$100,000||4&up, f/m||8.5f T|
|Indiana Oaks||$200,000||3yo, f||8.5f|
|Warrior Veterans||$100,000||4&up,||8.5f T|
|Mari Hulman George S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||8.5f|
|Michael G. Schaefer Memorial S||$100,000||3&up,||8.32f|
|Ellen's Lucky Star S||$100,000||3yo, f||8f T|
|Snack S||$100,000||3yo,||8f T|
|Ta Wee S||$100,000||3yo, f||8f T|
|Indiana First Lady S||$150,000||3yo, f||8.32f|
|Shelby County S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||6f|
|William Henry Harrison S||$100,000||3&up,||6f|
|A.J. Foyt S||$100,000||3&up,||8.5f T|
|Florence Henderson S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||8.5f T|
|Centaur S||$200,000||3yo,||8.5f T|
|Indiana Grand||$200,000||3yo, f||8f T|
|City of Anderson S||$100,000||2yo, f||6f|
|Merrillville S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||6f|
|Gus Grissom S||$100,000||3&up,||8.5f|
|Richmond S||$100,000||3&up, f/m||8.5f|
|Crown Ambassador S||$100,000||2yo,||6f|
|Indiana Stallion Fillies||$100,000||2yo, f||6f|
|Frances Slocum S||$150,000||3&up, f/m||8.5f|
|Too Much Coffee S||$150,000||3&up,||8.5f|
|Miss Indiana S||$100,000||2yo, f||8.32f|
The $200,000 Indiana Oaks (gr. II) has drawn a field of 11 fillies vying for grade II status going 1 1/16 miles Oct. 4.
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino has converted a 9,600-square-foot casino restaurant into an upscale off-track betting parlor that will be open year-round.
Shanon Nicole, owned and bred by Connie Apostelos, benefited from a quick early pace to rally and capture the $205,200 Indiana Grand Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Indiana Grand Race Course July 23.
Maggi Moss' Kiss to Remember, one-for-one on the turf, will seek her second stakes victory in the $200,000 Indiana Grand Stakes for 3-year-old fillies at Indiana Grand Race Course July 23.
Trainer Tom Amoss picked up where he left off last year at Indiana Grand Race Course, formerly known as Indiana Downs, which began its 2014 Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse meet May 6.
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino, formerly Indiana Downs, is stepping into a new light in the horse racing industry beginning May 6 for a 120-day Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse meet.
Two graded stakes wins after the Breeders' Cup disappointment, here we are preparing to take a $1,000 yearling across the world for the $5 million Dubai Sheema Classic next month. And he's got a hell of a chance.
Indiana Downs, which will begin its lengthy live Thoroughbred racing season May 6, has a new name to coincide with its casino offerings.
The Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine plans to build a $10 million equine hospital in Shelbyville, Ind., not far from Indiana Downs.
Centaur Gaming and horse racing industry stakeholders have won approval for a long-term gaming revenue distribution agreement that will allow the company to refinance in 2014.
Indiana Downs has been approved for 120 racing programs that will consist of 114 Thoroughbred dates and six Quarter Horse dates for 2014.
The Indiana Horse Racing Commission is looking into allegations regarding expenditure of funds from the Indiana Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association Benefit Trust.
It appears major changes are coming to Centaur Gaming-owned Indiana Downs in the form of facility upgrades and a closer working relationship between the track and horsemen's groups.
Keeneland, Belmont Park, Europe, Indiana Downs, Santa Anita and more.
Keenland, Belmont Park, Europe, Indiana Downs, Santa Anita and more.
Gary and Mary West's Power Broker found clearance at a key point early in the race and continued on under pressure to win the $514,000 Indiana Derby (gr. II) at Indiana Downs Oct. 5.
Magdalena Racing's Pure Fun returned from a five-month layoff in style with an off-the-pace victory in the $202,300 Indiana Oaks (gr. II) for 3-year-old fillies at Indiana Downs Oct. 5.
Midnight Taboo, one of two 3-year-olds owned by Mike Repole that had been entered in the $500,000 Indiana Derby (gr. II) at Indiana Downs Oct. 5, will be withdrawn, trainer Todd Pletcher said.
It's not unusual for trainer Bob Baffert to spread his talented 3-year-olds across the country, but he'll be trying something new with morning line favorite Power Broker in the $500,000 Indiana Derby (gr. II) Oct. 5.
Graded stakes winners Fiftyshadesofhay, Seaneen Girl, and Pure Fun head the field of mostly new faces at Indiana Downs for the $200,000 Indiana Oaks (gr. II) Oct. 5.
Indiana Downs, which agreed to build new barns under a deal with horsemen and the Indiana Horse Racing Commission, opened two new barns Sept. 15.
Cowboy Cal was represented by his first U.S. winner when in his second start Tachi captured a maiden special weight race at Indiana Downs Aug. 27.
Star Cat celebrated his first winner when Purrpurrpurr posted a victory in her second start Aug. 23 in the fourth race, a maiden special weight at Indiana Downs.
TwinSpires.com is launching a new faster-paced, multi-track wager Aug. 17 that is structured so players will see the first race through the fifth race in 90 minutes.